Make Use of Our Library Kits
We offer a variety of kits and boxed sets available to the public to check out. Designed for various ages, you'll find kits that you can use for your book clubs, to help your kids learn to read, to develop skill in a new hobby/craft, and more.
Each kit comes complete with a host of supplemental materials to help you dive further into subject so that you're just not receiving information from a book. You'll have the tools needed to put your learning into practice.
Take a look at the various types of kits we offer, and browse each sub-page to learn more about them, along with links to their item records online to place a hold on them if you wish.
Book Club in a Box
|If you belong to a book club, we have curated boxed sets of books for you to checkout and use for your group meetings. Each set contains 7-8 titles of a book, along with discussion questions, read-alike titles, and other supplemental materials. They were selected due to their best seller status or popularity from celebrity book clubs.|
Homeschooling Education Kits
|We have a strong homeschooling community and a former children's librarian has curated a collection of kits to aid youth in learning more about various topics and subjects based on their curriculum. Each will come with selected books and supplemental materials to enhance studies.|
Literacy Kits & Educational Backpacks
|Literacy Kits were our first collection of kits from the South Branch Library thanks to a grant from the Texas Book Festival. Various kits were designed for early readers through Grade 5 containing books, companion audiobook CDs, games, activities, a binder of worksheets, and more. Each were designed to help increase literacy learning in the home.|
|Designed for teens and adults, the makerspace has a wide selection of kits to help you learn a hobby. From candle and soap making to drawing anime and cake decorating, we have a variety of kits on hand. Each comes with instructional books as well as the tools for being able to perform those hobbies at home so you don't have to supply them yourself.|
|Literacy is important to libraries, and a selection of kits have been created to help youth learn to read using Phonics. Each kit comes with a book and supplemental activities to be used to develop stronger reading skills in a fun setting. A small selection will be available at all locations.|